News: Richfield (11 May 1910)
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----Source: Marshfield Times, The | Marshfield, Wisconsin | Wednesday, May 11,
1910 | Page 12
(Last Week's Items)
John Kiesling was a caller at the Maxwell home Monday.
Rev. Fraser was called to Wm. Burhopp's home last Tuesday.
John Sutton expects to erect a new windmill on his farm soon.
Maggie Luedke, who has been sick for some time, is no better.
Miss Anna Bartelmus is at present employed at J. M. Homiston's.
Gustoff Bock of Marshfield came out Friday to help his so dig a well.
The Rev. Fraser has commence the task of remodeling the barn on
his farm here.
Mrs. Jennie Harshner returned Thursday from Sherry where she has been visiting relatives.
G, Sehnherr lost a valuable cow one day last week by her breaking her leg in some unaccountable manner.
Max Luedke had the misfortune to cut his foot one day last week, but we have not heard the extent of the injury.
A very pleasant surprise party was given on James Porter last Saturday, it being his 15th birthday.
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